Botanical Gardens Tuesday with Morty: Stinky, with partly blooming leaves By Julianna Sebastian & Marian Hetherly • Jun 12, 2018 Julianna Sebastian / WBFO News An open window still exists to see - and smell - the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens' stinkiest flower. Corpse flower Morty is in full, smelly bloom By Marian Hetherly • Jun 11, 2018 Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO News If you smell a very pungent aroma coming from South Buffalo, it's just Morty. Hold nose before reading: Morty the corpse flower is back By Mark Scott & Marian Hetherly • May 30, 2018 Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO News The Botanical Garden's stinky flower is starting to bloom. Morty, the so-called corpse flower, last bloomed four years ago. It usually does so once every 6-10 years. Restoration plans for Olmsted's Arboretum blossoming By Marian Hetherly • Jul 12, 2017 Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy It is going to be a long road to restore Frederick Law Olmsted's Arboretum in Buffalo's South Park - perhaps 20 years - but plans are moving forward. 'Natural Conditions' opens at Botanical Gardens By Michael Mroziak • May 22, 2015 Michael Mroziak, WBFO There will be more than flowers pleasing the eyes of visitors this summer at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. A newly introduced art series will also be there to greet guests. Healing garden aims to educate public on health benefits of plants By Ashley Hirtzel • Jul 31, 2014 Ashley Hirtzel / WBFO The Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens began the construction of a new Healing Garden Thursday. The healing and peace garden is expected to be a place for spiritual healing, meditation and reflection. New garden for kids to learn about plants opens at Botanical Gardens By Mike Desmond • Jan 22, 2013 WBFO News by photo Mike Desmond There is a new place for children to learn about the lives of plants at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens.